Hotel Savoia e Campana
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Savoia e Campana Montecatini Terme
Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... seafood and pesto Linguini we headed off up the road to the track was very uphill nearly the hardest part of the trip....then on the track to Vernazza. It was quite a climb up on steps and Rocky paths but the scenery was breath taking then it plateaued a little then down we went...oh wait that was just me. My feet just gave way so I saved the camera and thought if I hit the wall ...
... shocked at the number of stairs to get to it because we have to climb 13 many flights or the equivalent of seven complete flights of stairs to get to our room and then once inside our room it is the main floor the second floor and then the balcony floor On our first night we decided to go for a walk and went and checked out the river and several of the big bridges and went across and tried to find a place to eat which was impossible and ...
... located in front of the cathedral and i think was the first religious building to be built, which is currently under external reconstruction, creating a blemish in the otherwise spectacular piazza, but internally is amazingly beautiful, lined with mosaics of 24carat gold leaf- similar to the Venetian style.
We also visited the da Vinci museum which was ok but very small, and came across the ...
... who said no, no, no...but not really any English instructions. A couple of the locals were pointing at the bus sign outside the bus so I jumped off, but the doors closed before Karen could jump off too. Great, the bus is heading down the road with Karen on it and me on the footpath! I hoped she'd get off at the next stop and walk back so headed in the general direction and hoped I'd see her walking towards me. Yes, here she comes walking back down the street. Apparently ...
... glasses, and it seemed like there was some kind of showing upstairs, which we didn't try to press our luck and get into. Meg got a champagne in like two seconds because the guy apparently just offered it to her but when I got up he did no such thing so I had to actually ask for it. Luckily I know how to in Italian, and quick as a flash I had my own glass flute with bubbly that tasted expensive. Meg and I chatted for a while and then about ten minutes later the rest ...